IMPORTANT: Not all welsh terrier up for adoption have been posted yet. We first address any medical issues and evaluate temperament prior to listing. You are automatically added to the database when you fill out an adoption application, found under the rescue tab on this site. All applicants are fully vetted.
If you have any questions about the dogs posted or pending posts, contact Lyn Hollis at 731-584-6530. It is also a good idea to contact your local rep direct, via their contact information, to introduce yourself.
Please make sure you fill out an adoption form, there is a link under the rescue tab. Once accepted a rep will contact you and ask to do a home visit in preparation for bringing one of these feisty, smart dogs into your home.
Hi, I’m Bella! I am a 1.5-year-old spayed female. I am a wonderful, happy, social dog who has been raised with love and attention! My family loves me to pieces, but I have one problem that requires me to be an only dog…I get a little cranky (ok, nasty) when food and another dog are in the same area. I have a brother Welsh Terrier and I didn’t like it too much when he passed my food bowl. Now, mind you, I don’t mind a human coming by, but no dogs! I did good with the resident kids, but mom was a little afraid that one of them might try to break up a scuffle over food.
I do well with dogs at daycare and dogs I see on walks, I love swimming pools, and I love to play ball! I’ve got long legs that have given me incredible athletic ability…let’s face it, folks, I am a perfect blend of terrier independence and cuddle bug lap dog! Please send an application to Kathi O’Malley, phone calls and emails will not be returned without an application. I want to stay in Texas, but if you can come pick me up I *might* consider it. I don’t want to travel on my own thank you!!!!
Finn Update: Finn is a sweet one-year- old boy who is a “work in progress,” but making real progress every day. He is still looking for a forever home with terrier savvy folks who have a good-sized fenced yard to let him run off his extra energy, and folks who will take him on long walks. Finn is a happy boy who rarely stops moving. He loves to play ball and fetch. Though he gets along with certain dogs and is very happy to meet new ones on his walks, he did not live well with another dog in his first home, so we think it best he be an only dog for now. Finn is learning how to give up things for a treat and not to jump all over visitors in his excitement – but he will need a home where his training continues. Also, he is getting better with his housebreaking with regular walks. He is very affectionate. He also loves to travel in the car (safely in his crate!). No kids and no cats, please! We are hoping to place Finn on the East Coast. If you are interested, please first fill out an application before contacting Judy Pommettat email@example.com.